If it weren't for your real job, you'd probably be a world class DJ, getting paid to rage in Ibiza.
Your record collection is RIDICULOUS and everybody should be listening to the amazing tunes you spin.
Do you feel this way? Then check out turntable.fm, a music-based online social network where you gain points for dropping the best beats.
Through Turntable you create a profile in the way of an online DJ avatar, and manifest listening areas based on genre, called rooms.
Rooms get populated by Turntable users, and then, well, you drop beats-- which are in turn rated by users, determining whether or not you get points.
At 'DJ' show an example of a few Turntable avatars.
then show a room and its title.
the room should be unpopulated and then populated.
show awesome meter. and show avatar being upgraded via Settings-- >change avatar Add music to your DJ queue from Turntable's library, upload it from your own collection, or borrow it from another DJ.
Rooms of like minded music fans, featuring chat room-like instant messaging in addition to baller playlists, also makes Turntable something of a social music discovery tool as well.
Watch the rest of the Grovo lessons on turntable to learn more.